STAMFORD, Conn. -- North Stamford, a neighborhood in Connecticut's third-largest city, offers its residents far beyond just the appeal of living the big city life, according to the New York Times.
The high-income area, which is home to 128,000 residents, is filled with natural amenities as well as commercial ones, including neighborhood shopping centers and recreational activities for members of the community, according to the New York Times.
Although the landscape in park-like North Stamford can feel hilly and rocky, large ranches and split-level homes are still available, including contemporaries, which are found more in this area than any other suburban area in Fairfield County, according to the New York Times. The area, all north of the Merritt Parkway, is the least densely populated part of the city, the Times said.
Community amenities range from private and public pools, to the famous Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens. Quality schools are abundant as well, including the Academy of Information, Technology, & Engineering, reported the New York Times.
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